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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Beautiful little bowl, purchased at a yard sale for $1.00, I dont know much about it but I just thought it was pretty. Has a signature mark on the bottom, and the rice grains that you can see light through. The condition is amazing....if anyone knows anything about it I'd love to know more about it

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    1. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 9 years ago
      I grew up in Hong Kong and this bowl is a tradition Lucky Dragon and there are rice grains that are imbedded in the white part of the bowl. It is said that the thinner china is, the rice grains are almost opaque to almost clear. We have a whole set of the fine china we brought over from China over 45 years ago while we lived there. They are beautifully made, and you are lucky to have a signature at the bottom. You got lucky...
    2. maryh1956 maryh1956, 9 years ago
      If you want to try and identify the maker try
    3. kygurl32 kygurl32, 9 years ago
      Thank you both for the information :)
    4. Brentgutz, 3 years ago
      What have you discovered about these artifacts. My parents have very similar collection that was shipped out of Japan mid to late 1930's. They are getting older and health not so good. We are trying to value these items as well.

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